Recently, picasso famous painting was ripped up a matter of concern. It happened at London's Tate Modern, where a man ripped up a painting worth ￡20m, or about Rmb100m. The ruined painting, titled "Women's Bust," was created by Picasso in 1944 and was based on Picasso's lover Dora Mar.
The 20-year-old man, who tore up the painting, has been arrested by police and charged with criminal destruction. The gallery has removed the painting and asked professionals to assess the damage.
According to hong kong's wen wei wei wei wei wei wei wei wei wei wei wei wei wei wei, british famous painter bacon's works are often priced in the sky, but have you ever thought of buying master works for "civilian class "? The auction house Christie's will auction a bacon painting for just ￡20,000 next month because it is unfinished and torn in half, a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for art lovers who love it.
The painting, called the body, depicts a naked man, painted by bacon in cornwall in 1959, but he left after an argument with his same-sex partner, berton, the report said. The landlady gave the painting to the local artist, tossing and turning into the hands of the Irish painter Omari.
Some painters said to have asked mr. omali to pose for bacon to complete the painting for sale at a high price, but mr. omali angrily ripped the painting in half, painting two landscapes at the back, and then in the custody of his friend and widow.
Christie's plans to auction two halves of Human in London on March 17, the report said. The ￡20,000 floor price compared to the ￡42.2m Bacon portrait of George Dyer, which was sold in 2014, is a "jump price" but is expected to attract a fierce bid from buyers. Christie's gransard refers to the painting's first "reunion" in more than half a century, and the painting, though unfinished, can still clearly show the style of the master.